Ovarian Cancer Survivors' Brunch
"Week of Webinars"
UW Madison Research Update
Description: Tour the UW Madison Research Lab and learn about ovarian cancer research updates.
Maintenance Therapy for Advanced Ovarian Cancer
Presented by Susie Sietmann, BSN, OCN, ONN-CG, Patient Engagement Liaison (PEL) from GSK
Navigating a Cancer Diagnosis Webinar
Description: If you have been diagnosed with ovarian, cervical, uterine, endometrial or any other gynecologic cancer and would like to learn about helpful resources and become part of a supportive community? Please join us for an interactive webinar with guest speakers including a gynecologic oncologist, a psychosocial expert and a gynecologic cancer survivor.
Grief 101 with Agrace Hospice- Grief Support
Mindfulness Meditation & Self Reflection with Analisia - due to the intimate nature of this session it was not recorded. Please click the button below to visit the slides!
In this 60-minute session, we will discover the benefits of mindful meditation. Come ready to explore breathwork and how it can help you deepen your meditation practice. We will use meditation as a tool for self-reflection so bring a journal and an open mind.
Analisia White's Bio:
I am a 500-hour certified teacher from the Texas area. I have been teaching yoga for several years and love sharing this amazing practice with my students. I specialize in several styles of yoga, as well as meditation, breathwork, and sound healing.
On Demand - Nutrition and Wellness for Healthy Survivorship with Kara Sonntag, City of Hope, Advanced Dietitian.
Thank you to our 2023 Sponsors!
For offline donations, please mail to the address below:
Wisconsin Ovarian Cancer Alliance
13825 W. National Ave., Suite 103 New Berlin WI 53151
Please Add "Brunch" in the memo line of your check so funds are designated to the appropriate place.
Thank you for your support!!!
What is the Survivors’ Brunch?
The survivors’ brunch is an event that began in 2007 with 17 survivors in attendance. It has grown over the years and there have been as many as 150 survivors joining us. With family and friends who join them, the event continues to grow reaching an average attendance of approximately 300 people. This event enables ladies who are traveling the same journey to get together, and in many cases bond. Newly diagnosed women are given a sense of hope when they meet and talk with attendees who have experienced years of survival. As you may know, there are very few if any support groups solely focused on women who are survivors of this devastating disease for which there is no test. This is one day dedicated just to them.
WOCA invites survivors from across the state to join them as their guests at a brunch that is dedicated to them. Gynecologic oncologists from hospitals throughout the state are also invited to join the ladies in a stress free and carefree environment.
How Does It Happen??
No. It isn’t magic! WOCA takes care of all the details, planning, inviting, and anything else that makes this an event the ladies look forward to with great anticipation every year. However, we can’t make it happen without your support. Click to become a sponsor!